stop telling me to turn off adblocker
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Pete Beresheim commented
I do not want pop up ads, nor do I want to be stalled because I choose to block ads. I am disabled and have little money, I don't need ads and I CAN'T buy anything anyway, so ads are worthless to me.
Please stop blocking me from using my e-mail.
YOU HAVE COST ME A JOB I WAS LOOKING FOR BECAUSE OF THIS AD ****, PLEAS STOP IT NOW!!!!
Ed Danielson commented
I'm having the same problem. I use Ad Block Plus; I've unblocked ads on Yahoo mail, but I'm constantly prompted to unblock ads. They ARE unblocked! I HAVE unblocked them! Stop telling me to do that!
Christian Jens commented
I don't need to read YOUR spam ads when I'm trying to read my mail. You let enough spam through anyway. Stop redirecting me to the main menu with your prompts to remove the ad blocker. It's never going to happen, make your peace with it.
MSW Electrical commented
I'd be willing to unblock yahoo in my mail only. Only problem, their instructions about how to do it sucks!!!!! I can't figure out how to do it and I can't shut down the notices. This is abusive **** Yahoo!!!!!!!~
Laura Hampton commented
I DARE the people who decided to put this notification on our email to use it, the same way as we all are forced to use it, for at least a week! Maybe then you'd see just how annoying and ridiculous it is. I'm so sick of it coming up every time I try to do anything - moving from one email to another, going to spam, trash, archives, etc..., opening almost every email, etc.... This is what you've subjected your loyal customers to so I think you should have to live with it for a while yourselves to get a taste of what the hundreds, if not thousands, of your customers are complaining about. Almost all the feedback on here is about this notification so you should see how ill conceived it is at this point! While it may be a real ****, I will change my 3 or 4 emails over to another email provider if it doesn't stop. I hope that all these other customers of yours do the same! This is NOT how you treat your customers unless you are trying to kill your business! I do have a big mouth and will spread it far and wide to stay away from Yahoo unless you want annoying pop-ups, constant ads, constant changing of the service with things that make it less user friendly and serve NO purpose, etc... I could go on and on and will, once I get my accounts switched over. Maybe Yahoo will end up being another big business that goes under this year. You deserve it if it happens! Ridiculous that you treat your customers this way and continue it for MONTHS despite the complaints shown. Fix it already! How long do you need "gathering feedback" to see that it's hated???
S Clark commented
I couldn't agree more. I already have another mail account. Don't PUSH me out the door.
Chad Adams commented
Ad free email. Make money by other means. I wouldn't buy anything advertised on yahoo mail anyway. Now because I'm forced to have ads or be switched to a limited rudimentary version, I absolutely refuse to buy anything from any advertiser associated with yahoo. Fix it or I will leave Yahoo and all OATH companies for good.
robin olsson commented
Here is the solution to all your troubles
Rob L. Mulder commented
You are driving me crazy!!! I have put Yahoo on the whitelist of Adblock Plus, but you keep annoying me with pop-ups to remove my ad blocker. Stop it!
linda waite commented
Stop telling me to unblock ads all day every day
Brad Robison commented
I agree totally!!! It's our choice to have an ad blocker on or not. Well I guess I thought it should be that way but tonight when I turned on my blocker they reloaded my emails in a really old format that had me confused for a second. And they responded with "oops want your new inbox back? Turn off your ad blocker. And then forced me to whitelist it before it went back to my regular inbox. And I just read some other guys comment and he said they made him remove his ad blocker completely!! Say What?? Isn't this still a free country? If I didn't have 4 Business email addresses at yahoo I'd drop them for sure. But I know it's got to be a pain in the (Yahoo) I mean A## to contact all my business contacts to tell them I switched. But I'm really thinking about it!!!
Catalin Bogdan commented
To be honest it's really pulling me off yahoo mail. After 2 huge breaches this is the tipping point for me.
You can configure yahoo to forward all your email to another email address and just forget about this cash grab of an email service.
Mike Dermatidis commented
Yes, then you slam our emails full of ads on the sidebar and in our inbox?
Wow, thank you so very much for the ever-expanding spam that your filters allow.
Why would we pay for your ad-free service?
Your filters are proof enough of the B.S that will end up with.
Thanks but no thanks. I will keep hitting the enter key about 50 times each time I have to open a new email, just to slow $$$$ out of of oyur service as your ads clutter our inbox.
Eric Peterson commented
Yahoo Mail keeps asking me to disable ad blocker and refresh the page. This happens sometimes at the Inbox, and sometimes when I open a message. Refreshing takes me back to Inbox, where I must open the message again to read it. Sometimes, I get the complaint about my ad blocker again, even if I've disabled it for the site, which makes it increasingly difficult to use Yahoo Mail. It would be great if it didn't behave this way anymore. It's a recent development.
Erich Scheffler commented
Hey Yahoo, how about you stop this trend of Tyranny and allow ME, to access my personal account while using a third party Ad Blocker and not your ****. I shouldn't have to pay or be reprimanded to your garbage basic template for not PAYING you for your garbage money steeling scheme. Just a thought.
soon to be gmail.com commented
get rid of ad pop ups...every time i click on mail ad blocker pops up...really bad service!!!!
michael billings commented
STOP SPAMMING ME TO TURN OFF MY AD BLOCKER!!...YOU'RE PART OF THE REASON I USE IT YAHOO!!
If I want to shop,I'll go to shopping sites.
I WILL NEVER CLICK ON ONE OF YOUR STUPID ADS
Syl Cisneros commented
As others have stated. We use ad blockers to protect our computers from malware. It's not fair that we have to use the old mail look just so ads are seen or forced to go ad free for a price. I've had yahoo mail for years and I prefer it but if this keeps up, I'm switching to another mail service.
Richard Bazany commented
I agree with the ad blocker notification comments. ENOUGH! You are giving me adequate reason to start searching for another email service and there are plenty to find.
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